Transportation Reporter at Jacksonville Business Journal

Posted By David Wilhite on Wednesday June 12, 2019

Job Description: Transportation is one of the biggest industries on Florida’s First Coast — and we’re looking for a reporter who can build upon our award-winning coverage of the sector. The job entails digging into the news at a seaport that is fighting to grow, an airport about to begin massive construction and a Class 1 railroad that is reshaping the industry, among other topics.

Job Qualifications: We need someone who is great at sourcing, enjoys delving into data and has a drive to help business leaders understand and compete in a fast-moving world. The ideal candidate will have a couple of years experience at a daily or weekly: It’d be a huge plus if you have experience covering business, but a good track record on other beats plus an interest in the topic could go far.

How to Apply: Email JBJ Editor-in-Chief Timothy Gibbons at Include your resume, clips and whatever else you think will demonstrate you have what it takes to help us produce the best local business report in Florida.

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